Character Voices [Montage]
Audiobook [Explicit] “A Motion For Innocence”
Clients: Marie Calendar’s, Oxford Education, Oxford University Press, Los Angeles County, Otterbine Barebo, Physical Therapy Provider Network, Outlaws Publishing, The Fitting Source, Citywide Construction, In Motion Publishing, Spearmint Rhino, Spring To Mountain Press, Office Depot, BravePoint, Paul Sating.com, Creepy Podcast.
About me: I provide narration and editing services for audio books, telephony, explainer videos, corporate and industrial training videos, sound design and audio post production services. Clients include national and internationally known publishers, new, upcoming and independent authors, private sector business and government agencies. I can be heard as show host for the Drift & Ramble Podcast. When I’m not in the booth, composing music or experimenting with sound design, I’m out on the trails exploring the the greater Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Area on my mountain bike.
Podcast problems solved! Examples of audio restoration: Before & After processing.
“Steve is a true talent! I collaborated with him on a project, gave him a tight timeline and blank canvas …and he created magic! A consummate professional. Your project is in good hands with him!” – Paul Slating, Author and creator of “Subject: Found,” “Diary of a Mad Man” “Who Killed Julie” and “Horrible Writing”
“Fantastic job. I would sure like to get you to do more.” – J.C. Hulsey, Outlaws Publishing
“Out of the 30+ narrators who applied for the job, Steve stood out from the start as the best one for the job and he surely didn’t disappoint. I already want to hire him for my next audiobook.” – Brian Robben, “The Golden Resume”
“You were extremely professional, helpful, and of course your recording is top-notch. Really great work. This author has two other publications planned in the next three months. Thank you again and I’ll be in touch.” – Lars Jackson, Rights Holder
“Steve Blizin is an outstanding narrator with considerable range. His blustery Russian spy is as convincing as his neurotic mustache and his seething Clint Eastwood, and he is equally adept at comical as well as serious pieces. Mr. Blizin’s timing is natural and unforced, and his pacing–no doubt borne from his deep understanding of the material–is impressive.” – Lou Gaglia, “Poor Advice and Other Stories”
“Steve Blizin: A true professional and fantastic narrator.” – Shaun Webb, “Lost Youth: A True Stoy” and “A Motion For Innocence… And Justice For All”
More demos here.